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With results going their way in the Premier League last Saturday, the title race is very much back on and although Liverpool currently find themselves six points behind Manchester City, hunting them down is very much in their own hands.
Which is why the visit of Leeds on Wednesday night is a hugely important one and if Jurgen Klopp’s men can come out on top in this one, the gap at the top of the table will be cut to just three points. A gap that could be zero by the time the two title rivals meet at the Etihad in April.
With Liverpool now thrust back into the title mix, they will look to harness the positive momentum which is currently circulating around Anfield and the best way to do that is by getting the better of Leeds on Wednesday night.
As always goals should be the order of the day on Merseyside and with Leeds having a propensity to concede them, they will be on hand to make things easy for the team which is currently second in the Premier League.
Which means with Liverpool priced at 17/10 (LeoVegas) to not only win in midweek but there to also be a total of over 3.5 goals, this should be your port of call across any of the biggest betting sites today.
Although Liverpool found themselves going behind to Norwich last Saturday, the shock was one that was never really on and with the Merseyside men managing to go up through the gears, they were eventually good value for their 3-1 home win.
A win which at the time cut the gap at the top of the Premier League table to six points and after Manchester City lost to Tottenham just hours later, it is a gap that has stayed put at half a dozen.
Which means there is new life being breathed in this season’s title race and with Liverpool now adding Luis Diaz to their ranks, the arrival of the Colombian would be the timely boost that the Reds need.
Especially as Diogo Jota picked up a recent injury and although there were fears that Liverpool would miss a step after the Portuguese forward’s muscle issue in Milan, that was not the case at the weekend.
Which is why Diaz will be tasked with playing just as good as he did at the weekend and with the Colombian international bagging his first goal for the club against Norwich, he has already paid off a small part of his substantial transfer fee.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Leeds, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has two main concerns to worry about and with both Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino out injured, they will face a race against time to be fit for this weekend’s Carabao Cup final.
There is no doubt that Leeds are currently going through something of a run to forget and with no win in their last four league outings, they are hovering perilously close to the relegation zone.
Especially as the Elland Road outfit have picked up just a solitary point during this unwanted run and with the Yorkshiremen now just five clear of Watford in 18th, it seems like Marcelo Bielsa and Leeds will have a nervy final third of the season.
Especially as the Argentine is also out of contract at the end of the campaign and with their being reservations over him being handed a new deal for his efforts, there is every chance that he is playing for his future.
Something that could also be said for his players on the field and although the manager has been largely loyal to those who helped Leeds move up to the Premier League, it is perhaps that loyalty that is proving to also be their undoing.
Because with a smaller squad than most of their Premier League counterparts, Leeds have certainly looked stretched at times and although they are on the right side of the relegation dotted line for now, they will need to end their unwanted run of results rather soon.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Liverpool, it is the same as it has been in recent times for Leeds, and this means that Marcelo Bielsa is once again without a trio of names. Those being Kalvin Phillips, Patrick Bamford and Charlie Cresswell who all miss out through injury.
As far as the history of this fixture goes, it is one that Liverpool have taken charge of more often than most. Although some of their most memorable meetings have been at Wembley during two Charity Shield meetings - one in the 1970’s and one in the 1990’s
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Liverpool have won on 61 occasions, Leeds 28 and there have been 31 draws
There is no doubt that everyone knows about the Anfield roar and with the Merseyside location playing home to Liverpool, this stadium is one of the more historic grounds within the confines of the Premier League.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
For Liverpool the equation is rather simple. One where winning matches will see them stay in Manchester City’s rear-view mirror and after events of the past weekend, the Premier League outright odds have changed dramatically.
Which means Leeds will look to play the role of spoilers on Wednesday and if they can derail Liverpool’s title tilt, it will only aid their own quest to beat the drop - a quest that is seemingly getting more difficult in recent times.